Thursday, April 8, 2021
The Egyptian Football Association announced that Rabie Yassin, the coach of the former youth team, has been suspended for a period of 6 months, due to the investigations that took place regarding the team’s participation in the African qualifying tournament for the African finals, which was held in Tunisia.
The previous five-member committee that managed the affairs of Egyptian football decided to open investigations after nearly 17 players in the youth team were infected with the Corona virus on the sidelines of their presence in Tunisia to participate in the North African Championship, which was qualifying for the African Youth Championship, which took place in Mauritania already last February .
For its part, the Football Association issued an official statement today, Thursday, stating:
The Disciplinary Committee headed by Counselor Sayed Bendari issued several decisions referring to the investigations conducted regarding the participation of the Egyptian youth team, born in 2001, in the African qualifying tournament for the African finals, which was held in Tunisia as follows:
Firstly, the suspension of Muhammad Rabi` Yassin from practicing any activity related to football for a period of six months, and a fine of two hundred thousand pounds to the former coach.
Second: Stop Walid, the former national team doctor, from practicing any football-related activity for a period of three months, and a fine of one hundred thousand pounds.
Third: The player Abdel Rahman Ahmed, the player of Enppi and the youth team, was born in 2001, and was born in the amount of fifty thousand pounds
Fourth .. The player Hossam Ashraf, a player for Zamalek club and the youth team, was born in 2001, and was born in the amount of twenty thousand pounds
Fifthly, Arabi Badr, the player of Al-Ahly club, who was transferred to El Gouna and the youth team, who was born in 2001, was fined twenty thousand pounds.